April Rankings – no surprises in the top 10

Leon Griffiths and Anna-Klara Ahlmer stay on top of the world rankings for another month. There are no major shifts in the rankings after the IWT Polish Open, but we see a few players back at their highest world rankings to date.

Vaclahovsky back at no 6, Kanonenberg makes up some ground

Simon Vaclahovsky is back at his highest ranking of world no 6 overtaking Lindberg in what is the only change in the top 10 this month. Anthony Duthuillé is closing down on a first ever top 10 appearance, as he jumps two spots to world no 13. Henrik Mustonen follows suit at 14. Meanwhile, IWT Polish Open Champion Joerg Kanonenberg rises 12 spots to world no 21, just below Martin Sopko who rises 6 spots to world no 20.

We can expect some more changes after the French Open and the Massachusetts Racket Masters.

Men’s ranking

Ahlmer makes it four consecutive months at no 1

Anna-Klara Ahlmer stays on top of the rankings for a 4th consecutive month after two dominant wins in Finland and Poland. She has created a bit of a gap with Jacobsen and Enmer, as she has 10909 points, compared to 9347 (Jacobsen) and 8187 (Enmer). There are no further changes to the top 10 this month. One of the biggest jumps is from Lucie Hlavacova after a good result at the Polish Open. She rises 14 places to world no 22. Fabienne Dony also rises significantly as she jumps 25 spots to world no 42.

Women’s ranking

Senior and Junior rankings

Martin Sopko is back in the men’s senior top 5, rising 3 spots. Fellow countryman Jan Port also rises 4 spots to world no 6, whilst Bertrand Carlier enters the top 10 again after briefly dropping out to no 11 last month. Lucie Hlavacova makes another big jump as she goes up 7 spots to world no 5. Fabienne Dony also goes up 15 spots to world no 18.

Florian Harca moves back up to world no 3 in the boys junior rankings. Volf is back in the top 5 as he moves up two places to no 4. There are no changes to the girls top 5, but Melánie Tomková and Marie Beranová move up to world no 6 and 7, hoping to break the top 5 this season.

Men’s Senior | Women’s Senior | Boys | Girls

There are still 7 days left to enter the IWT French Open which takes place later this month. Other tournaments open for entries are:

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